cyberus-928-2099ad-lcypher-main CYBERUS

Real Name: Cyberus

Identity/ClassAlternate reality (Earth-928) extratemporal 2099 A.D. programmed solidogram

Occupation: Guardian, sentry, warrior

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: L-Cypher (creator)

Enemies: Ghost Rider 1.0 (Zero 2.0)

Known Relatives: None (unless L-Cypher is counted as his creator)

Aliases: "Bad Doggy," "Fido" (from Ghost Rider)

Base of OperationsUnrevealed;
    last active in 
Thrillsville, Earth-928 circa 2099 A.D.;

First AppearanceGhost Rider 2099 I#18 (October, 1995)cyberus-928-2099ad-lcypher-vgr1

Powers/Abilities: A solid program possessing three heads with sharp canine/fang teeth and a number of spikes on the top of his head and back, Cyberus was apparently programmed to defend Thrillsville. 

    He possessed undefined offensive capabilities, very likely involving biting +/- scratching. Presumably able to slay normal humans, he was no match for Ghost Rider's blade weapon, which caused him to lose resolution. 

    Cyberus general spoke in rhyme.

Height: Unrevealed (perhaps 3-4' tall at the shoulder); perhaps 5' long
Weight: Unrevealed (it is difficult to estimate the weight of solidified energy
Eyes: Solid orange (possibly variable)
Hair: None (red-brown fur-like regions)

(Ghost Rider 2099#18 - BTS) - After L-Cypher took over the theme park Thrillsville and Hellishly transformed it, SHIELD called in Ghost Rider to investigate. 

(Ghost Rider 2099#18) - L-Cypher recognized Ghost Rider as his "younger brother" and ultimately hoped to bring him over to his side. L-Cypher sent Cyberus, a Cerberus-patterned solidogram program, to confront him, and Cyberus threatened to destroy Ghost Rider for his unauthorized intrusion. 

    As Ghost Rider approached, Cyberus apparently fired an energy blast at him, but Ghost Rider weathered this "killing stroke" and attacked, destroying Cyberus with his electrosaw, leading to Cyberus losing resolution. 

    Recognizing Cyberus as a programmed solidogram, Ghost Rider considered this to be similar to his camouflage program, leading Ghost Rider to suspect a connection to the Ghostworks, which had created him.  

Comments: Created by Len Kaminiski, Ashley Wood, and Jim Daly.

Profile by Snood.

was named for but should be distinguished from:

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Ghost Rider 2099 I#18, pg. 4 (main);
        pg. 5, panel 3 (GR grabbing head);
        pg. 6, panel 4 (destroyed)

Ghost Rider 2099 I#18 (October, 1995) - Len Kaminiski (writer), Ashley Wood (penciler), Jim Daly (inker), Joey Cavalieri (editor)

First posted07/18/2022
Last updated: 07/18/2022

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